AS13100 AESQ Supplemental QMS Requirements PD532104

Topics:  Product Development, Supplier Assessment, Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing Systems, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis

Days: 2 

 7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST


The AS12100 AESQ (Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality) Supplemental QMS Requirements simplifies and harmonizes the aerospace engine manufacturer requirements to its shared supply chain and includes requirements flowed-down to the engine manufacturers by regulators, customers, industry and business specific requirements.  Suppliers with multiple customers will learn how AS13100 minimizes requirements and improves overall product quality by focusing on the key quality systems and processes.


This course provides knowledge and insight for each of the AESQ supplemental requirements.  Further, there are workshop activities that give practical application for the Standard requirements.  Key concepts and job responsibilities are considered so that participants will gain detailed understanding of how to understand and apply this Standard within their organization.  Understand the AESQ strategy to enable the supply chain to achieve Zero Defects.


Learning Objectives:

  • Review and understand the requirements of the AS13100 standard
  • Assess business processes and identify areas of opportunity to enhance and add value to your business
  • Practical workshops to enhance your understanding and successful application of this standard
  • Identification of Standards and Handbooks that will address in more detail specifics of the AS13100 requirements such as: APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning) and Supplemental Requirements, PPAP (Production Part Approval Process), Core Defects Prevention, Identifying and controlling Key Characteristics
  • Identify and provide practice in Quality Core Tools such as: Design FMEA, Process Flow Diagrams, Process FMEA, Production Control Plans, Measurement Systems Analysis, and Process Capability Studies

Who Should Attend

  • Senior Managers
  • Management Representatives
  • Implementation Teams
  • Internal Auditors
  • Functional Leaders: Design, Manufacturing, Engineering, Operations, Business Improvement, Purchasing, Program Management
  • Any others involved in the auditing or implementation of QMS activities



Day 1

Part 1 Introductions
Part 2 History, Purpose, Related Publications (SAE/AESQ/ISO and Other), Terms and Definitions
Activity #1:  Terminology
Part 3 Detailed Review of the AS13100 additional requirements to the AS9100 standard:  Clauses 1-10
In-Class exercises:  Supplemental requirements applicability, QMS certification requirements, When to apply measurement capability assessment, MSA acceptance limits, Auditor qualification, Retention periods for retained documented information, Design Traceability Matrix, Internal Audit Types and Frequency
Activity #2:  Quality in Action Case Studies clauses 1-10
Estimated time for day 1 7.5 hours in class


Day 2

Part 4 Detailed Review of the AS13100 additional requirements to the AS9100 standard:  Clauses 11-21 and AS9145
In-Class exercises:  APQP and PPAP Process Flow, APQP and PPAP Timing Chart, AESQ PPAP Events,  PPAP Submission/retention levels, Typical use of PPAP elements, AESQ PPAP elements required, Common AEAQ customer specific requirements, AESQ Assurance Actions, Overview of Supplemental Requirements,
Activity #3:  APQP Checklists
Activity #4:  AS9102 First Article Inspection
Activity #5:  Control Plan
Activity #6:  Process FMEA
Estimated time for day 2 7.5 hours in class